Introducing WorkLife, Digiday Media’s newest vertical
The workplace and workforce are going through an unprecedented period of change. Culture has never been more important, attracting and retaining the best talent has never been more difficult and leadership teams have never had more to weigh.
Today, Digiday Media is excited to introduce WorkLife, a new publication and media brand exploring the transformation of work. WorkLife will chronicle the changes to modern work and the lives of the people in it through quality journalism, community and awards.
It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in: Making sense of these shifts is critical to doing your job. We’ll take our deep expertise in analyzing the media, marketing and retail industries and apply it to work. Expect the same sharp, honest insight we provide on Digiday, Glossy, and Modern Retail as we look at how work is changing through the lenses of technology, inclusivity, leadership, culture, talent and spaces.
Our promise to you: Each day we’ll unpack key trends and tell important stories in a way that’s unique, builds community and ultimately, helps you do your job better. Along with editorial coverage, WorkLife will launch the WorkLife Awards this June to recognize the top employers and the values that make them unique. Keep an eye out for more info on events, podcasts, research and more.
Leading the way at WorkLife as managing editor is Jessica Davies, who will be joined by senior reporters Tara Weiss and Denny Alfonso. The best way to follow along is to sign up for the WorkLife Daily Briefing. Please send us any feedback, questions and commentary. We’d love to hear from you.